Satoshi Nakamoto is a puzzling contriver of a cryptocurrency bitcoin. The name could paint anyone or a organisation of people, and given bitcoin’s origination in 2008, there have been a lot of theories about who Nakamoto unequivocally is. A lot. Most recently, Wired and Gizmodo presented justification in Dec that Nakamoto was Australian mechanism scientist Craig Wright. People raised doubts during a time, yet on Monday, BBC News, the Economist, and GQ all published Wright’s possess explain that he is in fact Nakamoto. “I have not [come forward] since it is what we wanted,” he told BBC News. “I would rather not do it. … we don’t wish fame. we don’t wish adoration. we only wish to be left alone.” Despite his defence for privacy, Wright published an unconvincing blog post claiming that he will offer decisive explanation this week by relocating bitcoin from a famous Nakamoto wallet. (If we wish a refresher on Nakamoto, how bitcoin works, and what a ruin a bitcoin wallet is, watch this.) Doubts persist about a tie between Wright and Nakamoto, though.